EPA’s Office of Research and Development (ORD) and Office of Water (OW) host monthly webinars to discuss challenges and treatment solutions for small drinking water and wastewater systems.
First, Jeffrey Fencil will introduce the Resiliency Framework and provide an overview of the Route to Resilience Tool, which is specifically designed to help small- and medium-sized drinking water and wastewater utilities learn more about becoming resilient to all-hazards, such as floods, tornadoes, hurricanes and contamination incidents.
Environmental Public Health Tracking Virtual Conference The National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD) has partnered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)/Environmental Health Tracking Branch (Tracking Branch) to host a virtual conference to 1) raise awareness and knowledge about the environment’s role in asthma and other chronic diseases and 2) highlight collaboration opportunities between state leaders, decision makers and practitioners working in environmental health and chronic disease prevention.
Wastewater Webinar: Surface Discharge of Raw Wastewater among Unsewered Homes in Central Alabama
Tuesday, March 28
2:00 – 3:00pm EST
Presented by EPA Partnership for Decentralized Wastewater, this webinar will explore the financial, technical and public health challenges of providing sanitation to unsewered households in central Alabama.
U.S. EPA Water Research Webinar Series: Upcoming Research on the Impacts of Water Conservation on Water Quality in Premise Plumbing
Wednesday, March 29
2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT
EPA's Office of Research and Development and Office of Water are hosting this monthly webinar series to communicate current small drinking water systems research along with Agency priorities. The series is providing a forum for EPA to communicate directly with state personnel and other drinking water small systems professionals, which allows EPA to provide training and foster collaboration and dissemination of information.
This is the annual education conference held by the Idaho Environmental Health Association in conjunction with the Idaho Solid Waste Association. The event runs two concurrent sections on environmental health related topics.
Join us for our annual spring conference featuring a variety of speakers and environmental health topics.
March 15 and 16, 2017: Annual Conference, hosted by the Michigan Environmental Health Association, Lansing, MI.
NSF International Training Course: Prevention of Disease and Injury Associated With Building Water Systems